Check out these videos highlighting the exciting experiences the Northern Territory can offer you:
Fancy trying a witchetty grub?! Kris is an Aboriginal tour guide in Alice Springs. Follow him into the bush to discover Australia's indigenous heritage, before camping out under the huge outback skies.
Emma is 28 years old and originally from Shropshire, England. She is on the second year of her Working Holiday Visa and currently works at the Youthshack Backpackers in Darwin.
Join Steve Noble from Darwin Walking and Bicycle Tours (http://www.darwinwalkingtours.com/) as he shows you what this city is really made of.
Nigel Palmer started working with crocs in 1986. In 2009 he joined Crocosaurus Cove, in Darwin, where he shares his knowledge of these snappy creatures.
Canadian Drake is 24 years old and has swapped one Great Outdoors for another -- the Outback. He works at Ayers Rock Resort in the heart of Australia's Red Centre and on the doorstep of Uluru -- the Aboriginal name for Ayers Rock.
Lose yourself in the Northern Territory's ancient Aboriginal culture and rugged landscapes. Tropical Darwin is your gateway to World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, lush Litchfield National Park, Katherine Gorge and the communities of Tiwi Islands and Arnhem Land. From Alice Springs, discover the Red Centre attractions of Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa, Kings Canyon, Devils Marbles, the Larapinta Trail and historic Tennant Creek.
Enjoy Darwin's balmy weather and eclectic food and culture at outdoor festivals, waterfront restaurants, tropical parklands and art precincts. Get a taste of Darwin at Mindil Beach Markets, sail Darwin Harbour and trace the region's dramatic history at museums. Darwin is gateway to Litchfield National Park, the Tiwi Islands, Kakadu and Arnhem Land as well as cross-continent journeys like the Ghan, Explorers Highway and Savannah Way.